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Tampa Bay Street Medicine

Tampa Bay Street Medicine

The Tampa Bay Street Medicine Project (TBSM) is a USF Health Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM) student-run service organization

“The goal of Tampa Bay Street Medicine,” said Richa Bisht, fourth-year medical student at Morsani College of Medicine and the Tampa Bay Street Medicine vice president, “is to take care of the homeless here as best we can, offer them as many resources as we can, and give our students the opportunity to work with this group because it’s an important community to take care of.”


Tampa Bay Street Medicine is a student organization at USF Health dedicated to improving the health of vulnerable populations in our community. Through outreach on the streets and in local shelters, and via TBSM-run free clinics, we seek to provide medical care, education, and community connections to the homeless, unsheltered, and those within 200% of the poverty limit in the Tampa Bay Area.


TBSM provides free health services through its Street Runs, Continuity Clinic, and Refugee Clinic. Additional programming is pursued on a project-by-project basis.


TBSM’s programming would not be possible without our partnership with First Presbyterian Church, Tampa Hope, and Pioneer Medical Foundation.

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